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I want a 12 string!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Why Epiphone doesnt do a wilshire 12 or release the riviera 12 again?

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Go to Rondomusic.com and search for 12-strings.

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I've been curious about a 12-string, but I've never owned or played one. It would be something different and probably fun. I wonder if it puts a lot of strain on the finger muscles. Good luck with it.

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I would buy a G-1275 RIGHT NOW if they weren't plywood. What the hell' date=' Epiphone?...

 

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Buy one and replace the body? [biggrin]

 

I'd love a 12er, but alas I've never seen Epi's 12 stringer LP in this country. Pity.

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I had a Rick 360/12, and it was so uncomfortable I sold it

a year or so ago I came across one of these:

jt-50c12.jpg

It's a Jay Turser- it has good tuners, is well made, and nice chunky neck, bad pickups-

I put some Seymour Duncan Phat cat's (humbucking size P90's) in it, and now it's a great guitar, ton's of fun to play. I've gotten more enjoyment playing this guitar, than I have for a long time.

Best of all is the price: $299

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As far as I know the Phantom Guitar Co. makes pretty good copies of the Vox Phantom XII which was a great guitar,it sounds like a Strat mated with a harpsichord.Try www. phantomguitars.com .

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